DOL and NSF Workforce Convening Registration

DOL and NSF Workforce Convening

Free Registration

Friday, July 27, 8:30am - 12:30pm

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The 2018 HI-TEC conference will host a free DOL and NSF Workforce Convening on Friday, July 27, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. The session will focus on writing competitive NSF ATE project grants. The NSF lead program officer and leaders of NSF centers will provide extensive Q&A opportunities to help you refine your ideas and strategies. It is highly recommended that attendees also participate in the 2018 webinars (register here) and view the 2017 recorded webinars (view here) for:

  • Grants and Innovation – A Great Match
  • Grant Proposal Resources, Roadmaps, and Timelines
  • Developing Stakeholder Partnerships Internally and Externally for Successful Grants
  • Tips for a Competitive Proposal

All NSF grantees, DOL TAACCCT grantees, others in workforce education, and HI-TEC conference attendees are invited to register for this free technical assistance convening.

The event is sponsored by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance (CCTA) and a TAACCCT Learning Network affiliated effort led by four NSF centers (National Convergence Technology Center, South Carolina ATE National Resource Center, Florida ATE Center, and Bio-Link Next Generation National ATE Center).

To learn more about CCTA, click here.

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Do you have a TAACCCT Grant?

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If yes, what Round: 1     2       3       4

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    What are your 3 biggest questions about writing an ATE project grant proposal?
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If you are interested in presenting or need more information regarding this convening, you may contact:
Christina Titus, Program Director
ctitus@collin.edu
(972) 377-1786